A majority of people suffer from nausea and vomiting while travelling. It could happen while travelling in a car, bus, train, ship or an aeroplane. The main reason behind this feeling of nausea is that the balance organs of the body are unable to sense properly and doesn’t send proper signals to the brain. The brain gets confused, it doesn’t matter if the body is at stationary (sitting) or in motion or travelling in a vehicle. Here are few tips to avoid nausea while travelling:
- The easiest and best way to avoid nausea is not to sit on the back seat. Try to have the seat beside the driver.
- Do not concentrate on any moving vehicle. Doesn’t matter if it’s moving in the same direction of yours or the other side. Avoid concentrating on any moving vehicle.
- Try to look at non-stationary things. Gaze at a far distance level and at a higher horizon.
- Do not read or watch movies while travelling. This can also block the signals from sending to the brain, and can cause nausea and vomiting.
- While travelling in a bus, it’s not always possible to get the front row seat. Try to get at least a seat in the middle row and follow above tips.
- Do not eat much before or while travell Avoid carbonated drinks as well.
Nausea can be easily avoided by following the above tips.